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Is fracking legal underneath your property?

23 May 2014 Last updated at 12:31 BST

The process of fracking involves pipes being laid, anything up to two miles, away from the drilling site.

Could you stop the pipes being laid underneath your land?

Dr Elen Stokes, who lectures in property law at Cardiff University, explains why you may not be able to.

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